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The Sins of Lord Easterbrook (Rothwell Brothers Series #4)

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  • Posted March 23, 2009

    Madeline Hunter does the impossible

    Lord Easterbrook's appearances in earlier books painted an enigmatic figure with little time for anyone. Not exactly heroic, but MH pulled him from preferably forgettable to true hero in this fast paced read.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 20, 2010

    The engmia...

    The opening chapter will pull you in, and make you want to insure Easterbrook finds his happy ending. This is crafted so we have to discover the emotions that are already in the middle stages of creating a pair. The story does not play on sentiment but you know it exists. The secondary charaters created for this book are well formed. There is also enough detail in the pairs from the past books that this story can stand alone. I started this book not knowing it was the fourth of a series. You do not lose the tale as you might in other Hunter series if read out of order. I have this on my reread shelve, and I have a feeling it will stay there.

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  • Posted December 27, 2008

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    This mid nineteenth century romance is fast-paced and filled with action

    The Marquis of Easterbrook Christian has traveled the globe to learn how to cope with his inner secrets. In Macao, China pretending to be a commoner, Christian meets Leona Montgomery, the daughter of a trading house tycoon. Their attraction frightens both of them, but a young Leona flees from him fearing her feelings. He is heartbroken as she is the only person he ever met who keeps his demons at bay.<BR/><BR/>Seven years after they first met, Leona is in England seeking answers to her family¿s devastated business now run by her brother while also seeking needed capital investment. Her late father blamed the government sponsored Opium for Tea triangular colonialism trade anchored by the English opium monopoly for destroying his firm. Christian has waited for her all these years. Though he will help her on her quest, this time he will not allow her to run from love.<BR/><BR/>This mid nineteenth century romance is fast-paced and filled with action as love and intrigue make for an excellent historical. The relationship between the lead couple is worth the cost of this fine early Victorian, but it is the insight into the octopus tentacles of the Opium Trade for tea that brings depth to this passionate tale.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2011

    Great read

    I got this from my library and read it within 48 hours, only that long because life wouldn't leave me alone to keep reading undisturbed. :) The story went fast and the villains weren't the ones I expected. I always love her style of writing and this was just as enjoyable as the rest of hers that I have read.

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  • Posted January 27, 2009

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    fantastic couldn't put it down.

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